Can I make copies at the library?
Yes! A copy machine is open to the public at the library, and the library also maintains a copier at the West Side Center. The cost to copy is 10¢ per black & white page and 60¢ for color pages. The library's copier has a coin box which accepts quarters, nickels, dimes, and single dollar bills. You can come in and use the copier on your own, but feel free to ask for staff assistance.
Can I scan a document at the library?
Yes, you scan documents using the public copy machine at the library. Documents can be scanned to either PDF or TIFF formats, and they can be saved to a USB flash drive. Flash drives for temporary, in-house use can be borrowed at the circulation desk.
Can I fax something at the library?
Yes, we do send faxes. The cost to fax is $2 for the first page and $1 for each subsequent page. A cover sheet can be included at no charge.
Our fax machine is not open to the public; only certain staff members have access to it. When one of those staff members is available, we can send a fax for you.
I have a group that would like to use the meeting room. Would that be possible?
We welcome and encourage public use of our facilities and meeting room to serve the community's needs for education, information, and cultural enrichment. As long as the meeting room does not have a prior reservation, you should be able to reserve it. There may be a fee to use the room, depending on whether or not your group is non-profit. See our Meeting Room page to learn how to reserve a room and for more information on meeting room policies.